Homewood Suites Boise
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... and that large bucket stuck in the middle of the table is filling up with the empty shells of our feast! We end our day, and our Boise experience with a roll of paper towel and a bucket! Life is good.
We leave Joe’s Crab Shack fully satisfied and hardly able to move; we groan getting into the car. A few hiccups with GyPSy’s directions but we make it to the hotel. We are ready for a nice, quiet and early evening before we depart ...
... ice cream cone flavored piņa colada with Heath pieces and Raspberry cheesecake, Oreo milkshakes, garlic fries, and a fried pickle. Ted was given a stern lecture about the fried pickle when picking it up. " Don't eat it right away because it is 350 degrees inside, be careful because it may fall off the stick and if held upright on its stick it may leak hot liquid on your hands and burn you." He asked if there was a training course he had to go to before consuming it.
... Dean really wanted to see the blue football field at Boise State. Dean also got to feed his growing interest in birds by checking out the World Center for Birds of Prey. He thought it was pretty cool.
We ended up keeping it a low key stop along the way, but find that we definitely need that type of experience to stay refreshed. One of my favorite moments there was sitting outside reading as the sun went down and later getting some work done on my computer by ...
... that honked at us and eventually accepted that we were there to watch them and we were not leaving nor were we a threat. It was nice to sit on the bench in the sun and watch the geese waddle. On our way out of the park we ran across a deer munching on something behind a main building. We started to follow him until he started to wander toward the parking lot and then we left him alone because we didn't want him to get near the cars.
Back at John's aunt house ...
... At 38 I am thinking about retirement and in general i believe I want to travel for ever or as long as possible at the very least. So to maintain that I dream of a chain of hostels around the world which I go to one by one overseeing. Central America may be the perfect place to start.
There are some things to consider. When I leave America I leave America. I don't spend all my time in Gringo ...